gentleman who is dangerous, who has been a killer, who is acting out dangerously, and they can't treat him. he is diagnosed with skit friend yeah and they can't give him the routine medications you would give somebody to frankly make them feel and be better and also make it possible to keep them from endangering themselves or other people on the unit. they're not being able to do that because of another ethical issue which is what rights do people have to render somebody improved and competent in order to have them stand trial. now, mind you, somebody who is psychotic when they committed their crimes, we're making them better to stand trial for a possible death penalty case. it's really a problematic situation for the doctors. >> but sunny, it did seem that authorities were saying, well, look, he threw a chair and he acted out in his room. and therefore we need to medicate him. he was being a danger to himself and to others. there are those who say, well, look, plenty of patients do that and don't get forcibly medicated and they were trying to do an end run basic will he around the system.